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James Lamb of Manchester
WRITING TABLE
with a leather inset top, one drawer fitted with divisions, brass caps to each foot with ceramic castors
one drawer stamped three times, LAMB MANCHESTER
mahogany
74.5 by 106.5 by 55cm., 29¼ by 42 by 21¾in.
1816-1903
Made circa 1870.
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Catalogue Note

James Lamb (1816-1903) founded a cabinet making workshop in Manchester that flourished during the boom years of the Industrial Revolution. Principally associated with the Aesthetic Movement, Lamb worked in association with several prominent designers of the period including Alfred Waterhouse and Charles Bevan.

The Fine Art Society: 142 Years on New Bond Street

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London